a continuation of a Visiting Poets class conducted by Lewis Warsh in 1978 (78P073 side two) covering autobiographical writing of prose and poetry, how the writer makes it into writing. In this class he focuses on letters and journals as a way to generate material for writing and as writing. This is part 3 of 3.
Lewis Warsh class on the autobiography in writing. The class covers composition of poetry and prose, letters and biography in a range of workd including Gurtrude Stein, Kenneth Koch, and his own compositions in dealing with the autobiographical in writing. This is part 1 of 3.
Second half of a Bernadette Mayer, Bill Berkson and Lewis Warsh reading. Warsh reads "Quarter to four," "Footnote," "Afternoon in October," "Stolen words," Walking through air" and other poems. (Continued from 78P101B)